George Harrison Quotes

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George Harrison
“I think people who truly can live a life in music are telling the world, ‘You can have my love, you can have my smiles. Forget the bad parts, you don’t need them. Just take the music, the goodness, because it’s the very best, and it’s the part I give most willingly”
George Harrison

George Harrison
“All things must pass.”
George Harrison

George Harrison
“That's it really; it's all love, whichever way you look at it, it's all love. How much you can get from each other and that's determined by how much you're giving to each other. But it all starts within our self and then it spreads to those around us, good and bad. But basically, that's it, I think it's the love that we can generate is equal to the love that we get back ... Amen.”
George Harrison, Cloud Nine

George Harrison
“I was naive and thought we could express our feelings to each other- not suppress them and keep holding them back. Well, it was what I felt, and why should I be untrue to myself? I came to believe the importance that if you feel something strong enough then you should say it.”
George Harrison, I, Me, Mine

Alan Goldsher
“George had taken off all ten of his fingers and tied them into a bundle with what appeared to be either his own small intestines, or a guitar string; as I walked into the room, he lovingly placed the bundle on his head.”
Alan Goldsher, Paul Is Undead: The British Zombie Invasion

The Beatles
“Love is all you need" - The Beatles -

"And in the end, the love you take, is equal to the love, you make"
- The Beatles -”
The Beatles, Beatles Stereo Box Set

“Well, the first reaction was, What smoke? When I looked and saw it, and we all ran to the back where we were far away from the flames-cowards as we are, you know-all sat around the emergency door and even tested the emergency door, ready to jump out. Of course, I said, Beatles and children first.”
Larry Kane, Ticket to Ride: Inside the Beatles' 1964 and 1965 Tours That Changed the World

Kevin Brockmeier
“She bought a poster of the Beatles and tacked it on the wall above her bed. On days when she was feeling strong her favorite was John, and on days when she was feeling weak her favorite was George, perhaps because there was a vulnerability to John that she was afraid to indulge without an armor of her own vitality around her.”
Kevin Brockmeier

George Harrison
“Since our problems have been our own creation
They also can be overcome
When we use the power provided free to everyone
This is love”
George Harrison

George Harrison
“Why are you still crying?
Your pain is now through
Please forget those teardrops
Let me take them for you
The love you are blessed with
This world's waiting for
So let out your heart please, please
From behind that locked door”
George Harrison

Stewart Stafford
“The death of their manager Brian Epstein was the beginning of the end for The Beatles. While Yoko Ono did try to fill the power vacuum and exacerbate the cracks created by Epstein's loss, she was not solely responsible for The Fab Four's demise. As with every big event, there are many actors, factors and complexities at play and no one simple explanation for everything.”
Stewart Stafford

A.D. Aliwat
“Just because everybody loves The Beatles doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with The Beatles.”
A.D. Aliwat, In Limbo